Integrative literature review: Emotional intelligence in the K-12 curriculum and its relationship to American workplace needs: A literature review

  • Opengart R
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Abstract

The purpose of this article is to review the content of existing social-emotional learning programs in the American K-12 curriculum and the relationship between the school-based programs and the needs of the American workplace. Social and emotional learning (SEL) programs were examined for their content and compared to research on critical emotional intelligence skills for the workplace. Emotional intelligence literature was reviewed, as was the SEL literature. The two literatures were compared to identify gaps so that practitioners of human resource development have a basis on which to consider important areas for training programs in emotional intelligence. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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  • Emotional intelligence
  • Social and emotional learning

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  • Rose Opengart

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